Discussion papers

Managing Canada’s oceans, lakes and rivers is a complex task. The Navy League of Canada offers the following policy statements and discussion papers to facilitate discussion on Maritime Policy.

We would be very pleased to hear from you on these, or any other issue you wish to present. To submit a paper, please e-mail our National Office.

The information and opinions presented here are those of their authors and, unless specifically stated, are not endorsed by The Navy League of Canada.

Replenishment ships are a naval necessity (Dec 2012)
Jerrod Riley

Patrolling the Arctic (Sep 2012)
Andrew Warden

Why Submarines? (Oct 2011)
Captain (Ret’d) Ian Parker

Why Canada Needs a National Shipbuilding Procurement Strategy (Oct 2010)
Andrew Warden

Why Canada Needs a Navy (Oct 2010)
Cdr (Ret’d). Peter Haydon

Military/Naval Procurement in Canada: A Flawed Process (Nov 2008)
Ken Bowering

The Future of Canada’s Navy: Strategic Initiatives and Requirements (Apr 2008)
Honourable Senator Hugh Segal

The Best of Times, The Worst of Times: The Global Maritime Outlook 2004 (Jul 2004)
Dr. Jim Boutillier

Reflections on the new Indo-Pacific Maritime and Naval Environment (Jul 2004)
Dr. Jim Boutillier

Canada’s Future Submarine Capability (Jul 2004)
Peter Haydon

Canadian Amphibious Capabilities (Apr 2004)
Peter Haydon

A Crisis in Naval Shipbuilding (Jan 2004)
Peter Cairns

A Response to Defence Minister John McCallum’s Recent Speech “Embracing Reallocation, Embracing Change” (Nov 2003)
Cdr. (Ret’d) Richard Summers, 2nd Vice President NOABC

Transcript of Navy League Testimony Before Senate Standing Committee on National Security and Defence (Nov 2003)
VAdm (Retd) Gary Garnett and Capt(N) (Retd) John Dewar

Transcript of Navy League Testimony Before Senate Standing Committee on National Security and Defence (May 2003)
VAdm (Retd) Gary Garnett and Capt(N) (Retd) John Dewar

Canada, An Incomplete Maritime Nation (Apr 2003)
The Navy League of Canada